We Care
2nd Annual Red Chair Event

2nd Annual Red Chair Event

Once again, Value City Furniture is proud to partner with the American Red Cross to help raise money during National Preparedness Month.

To show our support, we’ve taken our iconic American Signature club chair, and created a Red Chair! We’ve been creating a pink chair for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure for 7 years, and we’re proud to be able to show the same kind of support to the American Red Cross by having our 2nd Annual Red Chair Event. It works much like our Pink Chair Event. Fans, followers and customers can enter for a chance to win the chair by either donating online (click here to donate now!), or by visiting any of our locations. All proceeds go to the American Red Cross.

Last year our fans, associates and customers raised close to $25,000, with all proceeds going to the American Red Cross.

More About National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month is a part of a governmental effort to strengthen the United States preparedness capabilities. The national preparedness architecture encompasses prevention, protection, response, and recovery efforts to prepare the United States for all hazards – whether terrorist attack or natural disaster.

Since September 11th, 2001, the US Government has taken steps to encourage all citizens to make their own survival preparations. September was chosen as National Preparedness Month, as the tragedies of September 11th, 2001 highlighted to the nation the importance of being prepared.

Our Utica Store Shines this Holiday Season

Our Utica Store Shines this Holiday Season

Our stores are very connected to their communities, and every holiday season, many of them form partnerships with local charities to help those in need. An excellent example of this would be our Utica, Michigan store.

 

 

Click here to read more on our Social Responsibility page.

 

A Summer of Fun for Fans and Followers!

A Summer of Fun for Fans and Followers!

The President of the Company cares so much about Value City Furniture customers, that from Memorial Day to Labor Day, fans who created an account and a shopping list on our website were automatically entered to win $1000 in furniture!

Click here to read more on our Social Responsibility page.

 

Surprising a Superfan

Surprising a Superfan

Meet Kate. Kate LOVES Value City Furniture, maybe as much as we love her! She is a professed lifelong customer and very active on Value City Furniture’s twitter page. We decided to surprise Kate, and you could say she was a little overwhelmed!

Click here to read more on our Social Responsibility page.

Healing Wounds

Healing Wounds

Petty Officer Second Class (PO2) Christopher Turpin proudly served in the U.S. Navy for 10 years. While serving overseas, he was injured. Unable to return to the field, Turpin was honorably discharged and returned home to Rocky Mount, North Carolina. As you could imagine, he and his family were in need of furniture.

Click here to read more on our Social Responsibility page.

Welcoming a Hero Home

Welcoming a Hero Home

Everyone here at Value City Furniture was proud to partner with Operation Homefront this summer to give over $333,000 worth of furniture to our servicemen and women, as well as their families. They sacrifice so much for us. The very least we could do is give them a comfortable place to come home to after spending months overseas serving our country, which is why we were very excited to meet Greg.

Click here to read more on our Social Responsibility page.

After the Storm

After the Storm

In the Spring of 2012, deadly tornadoes cut a devastating swath through the tri-state area of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. Over 30 were killed. And hundreds of homes destroyed. During times like these, when people are faced with the worst, we see their best. Communities band together, sharing a common cause: to help one another back on their feet.

Click here to read more on our Social Responsibility page.

Pay to Play

Pay to Play

Associates at Value City Furniture are thrilled when Fridays finally roll around. And not just because it’s the last day of the workweek. But also because associates can choose to wear jeans, for $5!

Click here to read more on our Social Responsibility page.